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(Gizmodo)   Get ready for the holidays by watching this time-lapse video of Disneyland transforming itself for the festive season   ( io9.gizmodo.com) divider line
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2017-11-30 12:43:29 PM  
Ugh, why the constant cuts, pans and zooms?  Just a fixed shot of the castle would have been nice.
 
2017-11-30 01:28:12 PM  
The Mouse wants your kids to believe in Disney's imagination.
 
2017-11-30 01:49:14 PM  

2wolves: The Mouse wants your kids to believe in Disney's imagination.


That sounds like a warning given by an old gypsy lady as she gently brushes your cheek only to disappear into a crowd, never to be seen again.
 
2017-11-30 02:00:29 PM  
Sponsored by Disney.

We own your childhood!
 
2017-11-30 02:02:53 PM  

Vacation Bible School: 2wolves: The Mouse wants your kids to believe in Disney's imagination.

That sounds like a warning given by an old gypsy lady as she gently brushes your cheek only to disappear into a crowd, never to be seen again.


Cool!
 
2017-11-30 02:18:14 PM  
I once went to Disneyland on Christmas day, thinking that there wouldn't be any crowds.

Boy am I stupid.
 
2017-11-30 02:48:59 PM  
*waiting patiently for Star Wars Land in Orlando to announce it's opening*

Will probably be my family's one and only trip to Disney.
 
2017-11-30 03:19:28 PM  
Yep.  An opening act.
 
2017-11-30 03:20:11 PM  

Rann Xerox: Yep.  An opening act.


Wrong thread.
 
2017-11-30 03:51:06 PM  

Jim from Saint Paul: *waiting patiently for Star Wars Land in Orlando to announce it's opening*

Will probably be my family's one and only trip to Disney.


I was in Disney's Animal Kingdom 2 weeks ago and waited for 2 hours for the Avatar Banshee ride.  2 days before that I was in Universal Studios and Universal's Islands of Adventure in Harry Potter land and the crowds were thick.  This is the off season, after summer and before xmas.  Just Imagine how Star Wars land will be.  And when you do go do not go in the summer!  The best times are late fall and late winter/early spring.
 
2017-11-30 04:06:43 PM  
we were there in October and they had it all tricked out for Halloween.  we got to see the nightly parade with Jack Skellington and his girlfriend, mickey and minnie dressed in halloween colors, and before that they had various disney villains (the wicked witch from sleeping beauty, the beauty and the beast guy, all these villains from movies i didn't know) in costume, out taking pictures with the visitors.  it was pretty awesome.
 
2017-11-30 04:22:32 PM  

stupiddream: Jim from Saint Paul: *waiting patiently for Star Wars Land in Orlando to announce it's opening*

Will probably be my family's one and only trip to Disney.

I was in Disney's Animal Kingdom 2 weeks ago and waited for 2 hours for the Avatar Banshee ride.  2 days before that I was in Universal Studios and Universal's Islands of Adventure in Harry Potter land and the crowds were thick.  This is the off season, after summer and before xmas.  Just Imagine how Star Wars land will be.  And when you do go do not go in the summer!  The best times are late fall and late winter/early spring.


But that's when I go to Mexico.
Late Winter-Early Spring
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2017-11-30 04:34:39 PM  

stupiddream: Jim from Saint Paul: *waiting patiently for Star Wars Land in Orlando to announce it's opening*

Will probably be my family's one and only trip to Disney.

I was in Disney's Animal Kingdom 2 weeks ago and waited for 2 hours for the Avatar Banshee ride.  2 days before that I was in Universal Studios and Universal's Islands of Adventure in Harry Potter land and the crowds were thick.  This is the off season, after summer and before xmas.  Just Imagine how Star Wars land will be.  And when you do go do not go in the summer!  The best times are late fall and late winter/early spring.


Makes sense. We are totally taking the kids out of school for a week (something ewe never do and will be a complete surprise to them when we reveal it a few weeks before hand). Figured either November 2019 (before thanksgiving week though) or sometime in February 2020. My sons have Autism and so we also figure we will pay for the Fastpass and use their "Disability Access Service" to que up a ride and then go do something else for a while. My kids are patient, yet standing in line for more then, say, 30 minutes would be rough. Youngest runs around (not into people or into things, he just runs back and forth a lot) to release energy and regulate himself.
 
2017-11-30 05:43:03 PM  

Jim from Saint Paul: stupiddream: Jim from Saint Paul: *waiting patiently for Star Wars Land in Orlando to announce it's opening*

Will probably be my family's one and only trip to Disney.

I was in Disney's Animal Kingdom 2 weeks ago and waited for 2 hours for the Avatar Banshee ride.  2 days before that I was in Universal Studios and Universal's Islands of Adventure in Harry Potter land and the crowds were thick.  This is the off season, after summer and before xmas.  Just Imagine how Star Wars land will be.  And when you do go do not go in the summer!  The best times are late fall and late winter/early spring.

Makes sense. We are totally taking the kids out of school for a week (something ewe never do and will be a complete surprise to them when we reveal it a few weeks before hand). Figured either November 2019 (before thanksgiving week though) or sometime in February 2020. My sons have Autism and so we also figure we will pay for the Fastpass and use their "Disability Access Service" to que up a ride and then go do something else for a while. My kids are patient, yet standing in line for more then, say, 30 minutes would be rough. Youngest runs around (not into people or into things, he just runs back and forth a lot) to release energy and regulate himself.


Cost of Fastpasses is included at Disney World, so no need to worry about paying extra for it :)  Have an amazing time!
 
2017-12-01 11:06:02 AM  

RRhiannon99: Jim from Saint Paul: stupiddream: Jim from Saint Paul: *waiting patiently for Star Wars Land in Orlando to announce it's opening*

Will probably be my family's one and only trip to Disney.

I was in Disney's Animal Kingdom 2 weeks ago and waited for 2 hours for the Avatar Banshee ride.  2 days before that I was in Universal Studios and Universal's Islands of Adventure in Harry Potter land and the crowds were thick.  This is the off season, after summer and before xmas.  Just Imagine how Star Wars land will be.  And when you do go do not go in the summer!  The best times are late fall and late winter/early spring.

Makes sense. We are totally taking the kids out of school for a week (something ewe never do and will be a complete surprise to them when we reveal it a few weeks before hand). Figured either November 2019 (before thanksgiving week though) or sometime in February 2020. My sons have Autism and so we also figure we will pay for the Fastpass and use their "Disability Access Service" to que up a ride and then go do something else for a while. My kids are patient, yet standing in line for more then, say, 30 minutes would be rough. Youngest runs around (not into people or into things, he just runs back and forth a lot) to release energy and regulate himself.

Cost of Fastpasses is included at Disney World, so no need to worry about paying extra for it :)  Have an amazing time!


If you want to make reservations for anything do it as early as you are allowed by Disney.  Check their website for details.  Slots for everything fill quickly.  And as was already said Have an Amazing time!
 
2017-12-01 11:41:42 AM  

stupiddream: If you want to make reservations for anything do it as early as you are allowed by Disney.  Check their website for details.  Slots for everything fill quickly.  And as was already said Have an Amazing time!


Really, best advice ever.  EARLY EARLY EARLY.  Plenty of websites out there have calculators that will tell you the exact dates (and time) reservations for both rides (Fastpasses) and restaurants open.
 
2017-12-01 11:59:48 AM  

stupiddream: RRhiannon99: Jim from Saint Paul: stupiddream: Jim from Saint Paul: *waiting patiently for Star Wars Land in Orlando to announce it's opening*

Will probably be my family's one and only trip to Disney.

I was in Disney's Animal Kingdom 2 weeks ago and waited for 2 hours for the Avatar Banshee ride.  2 days before that I was in Universal Studios and Universal's Islands of Adventure in Harry Potter land and the crowds were thick.  This is the off season, after summer and before xmas.  Just Imagine how Star Wars land will be.  And when you do go do not go in the summer!  The best times are late fall and late winter/early spring.

Makes sense. We are totally taking the kids out of school for a week (something ewe never do and will be a complete surprise to them when we reveal it a few weeks before hand). Figured either November 2019 (before thanksgiving week though) or sometime in February 2020. My sons have Autism and so we also figure we will pay for the Fastpass and use their "Disability Access Service" to que up a ride and then go do something else for a while. My kids are patient, yet standing in line for more then, say, 30 minutes would be rough. Youngest runs around (not into people or into things, he just runs back and forth a lot) to release energy and regulate himself.

Cost of Fastpasses is included at Disney World, so no need to worry about paying extra for it :)  Have an amazing time!

If you want to make reservations for anything do it as early as you are allowed by Disney.  Check their website for details.  Slots for everything fill quickly.  And as was already said Have an Amazing time!


Much appreciated. They go out about a year and as soon as I have an open date for Star Wars land (not the fancy resort, just the new area they are bulding that's Star Wars centric) I may be on THAT DAY setting up the time. lol
 
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